Cortisol control for women

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    Cortisol control for women


    Ladies,My wife was recently diagnosed with high cortisol levels. Her diet and cardio are in check but she continues to struggle with her weight. Doctors believe excess cortisol is the issue. I know there are a number of cortisol lowering supplements on the market. Are any safe for women? Any recommendations and feedback would be appreciated.Thanks,Monte

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    It would be the same as for men Vit C, phosphatidylserine, & magnesium glycinate are what we use.
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    I use Evomuse AMMO for cortisol control. I have a ton of stress in my life and my VAT fat was becoming an issue. My waist circumference has reduced quite a bit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaHaas View Post
    It would be the same as for men Vit C, phosphatidylserine, & magnesium glycinate are what we use.
    Ra, thanks... phosphatidylserine is pretty expensive at the doses needed for cortisol control, isn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crader View Post
    I use Evomuse AMMO for cortisol control. I have a ton of stress in my life and my VAT fat was becoming an issue. My waist circumference has reduced quite a bit!
    Crader, thanks. What is your suggested dosing protocol?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dvsness View Post
    I always used Lean Xtreme, 8 weeks on 8 weeks off.
    Dvsness, thanks for the reply. What dose did you use?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monte Brogan View Post
    Dvsness, thanks for the reply. What dose did you use?
    1 cap upon waking, 1 cap midday. Both pre-meals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monte Brogan View Post
    Crader, thanks. What is your suggested dosing protocol?
    I take 1 cap when I wake up and anther before bed for 4 weeks.
  

  
 

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